Bernardo Silva twice stuns Real Madrid

Bernardo Silva twice stuns Real Madrid

After a dominant performance against Real Madrid on Wednesday, Manchester City has a chance to win its first Champions League.

City defeated the 14-time European champion 4-0 to get to the final against Inter Milan on June 10 in Istanbul.

City took control of the second leg with two first-half goals from Bernardo Silva and numerous great saves from Thibaut Courtois.

Manuel Akanji's second-half header and Julián Álvarez's late goal ended Real's night.

UEFA first gave City's third goal to Éder Militão after Akanji's shot impacted the Real defender.

The result keeps Pep Guardiola's team on track to repeat Manchester United's 1998-99 Treble of Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League.

Silva scored following a home team move. Kevin De Bruyne found Silva, who hammered a near-post shot past Courtois.

The small midfielder, noted for his footwork, then headed City's second goal. Silva scored a header after Courtois saved İlkay Gündoğan.

Toni Kroos hit the bar with a terrific strike, but Real seldom threatened and City supporters could enjoy the second half knowing they were almost in the final.

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